Invasive cordgrass modifies wetland trophic function.

@article{Levin2006InvasiveCM,
  title={Invasive cordgrass modifies wetland trophic function.},
  author={Lisa A Levin and Carlos Neira and Edwin D Grosholz},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={87 2},
  pages={419-32}
}
Vascular plants strongly control belowground environments in most ecosystems. Invasion by vascular plants in coastal wetlands, and by cordgrasses (Spartina spp.) in particular, are increasing in incidence globally, with dramatic ecosystem-level consequences. We examined the trophic consequences of invasion by a Spartina hybrid (S. alterniflora x S. foliosa… CONTINUE READING